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Charlie Ward

Charlie Ward is a writer, oral historian and PhD candidate. Until recently I lived in the centre of the 'Great Bugger-all', Outback Australia, and worked in the Aboriginal Industry. Since 2007, my work has been to create a history (and book) about Kalkaringi and Daguragu, two remote communities founded in the wake of the Wave Hill Walk-off by Gurindji strikers and their assistants in the 1960s-70s.
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